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Location: City Hall 1052 S. Livermore Ave., Livermore, CA.
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Livermore Downtown “Where Brilliance Thrives!”
Live, Shop, Play & Dine in Downtown Livermore
You can get information on Downtown Businesses, partners in Main St., Events, Latest News and How to get involved. Livermore is in the top 5 of 2013 Hottest up and coming neighborhoods in the nation.
Serving Livermore, Pleasanton, Sunol and Dublin locally owned and edited since 1963.
Since their founding in September of 1963, The Independent has been dedicated to giving Livermore, Pleasanton and Sunol readers, the news and editorial support to create a great community.
The Independent’s management and almost all of its writers have lived here in the Livermore-Amador Valley since 1963. We’ve put down roots. We care about our readers and our community.
Since 1963, The Independent has worked to keep you informed and protect your quality of life.
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Helping breast feeding mothers through mother to mother support, encouragement, information, and education. Find a local group, get online resources, shop, become a member and utilize health care resources on their website.
For information about the La Leche League of Northern California and Hawaii website please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not send requests for breastfeeding help to this email address. You may contact a local La Leche League leader or you may request help through La Leche League International.
This website is sponsored by La Leche League of Northern California and Hawaii (LLL NCA/HI) which is a subsidiary of La Leche League International (LLLI). LLL NCA/HI also includes Groups in Northern Nevada.
The Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD) operates the Robert Livermore Community Center, which held its grand opening in spring 2005. The center serves as the Livermore area’s recreation destination. The complex offers 71,000-square-feet of indoor space with the Community Building and the Recreation Building, plus a 45,000-square-foot Aquatics Center.
The state-of-the-art Recreation Building houses the Elbow Room, drop-in gym activities and Weight Watchers meetings. Visitors can enjoy lunch or a snack at the café, provided by Cabana Dave’s Catering. Parents can rent the Fiesta Room for children’s parties, which can include swimming, dancing or fun in the gym and a room for cake and presents. Themed party packages are available for pirate, princess and basketball fans. The Recreation Building also features a maple wood sprung-floor studio with ballet bars and mirrored walls for dance and exercise. The gymnasium also hosts adult sports leagues as well as youth sports camps and classes.
Location: 4444 East Ave. Livermore, CA 94551
The Livermore Public Library encourages the development of a lifelong interest in reading and learning by youth and adults, provides materials and services of popular interest, supports the educational needs of the community, furnishes timely, accurate information, and builds cultural awareness and enrichment.
The Livermore Police Department has 99 sworn officers and 45 full-time professional staff members, who are responsible for public safety and crime prevention in the City of Livermore.
The residents of Livermore can be very proud of this Department and the men and women who commit themselves to providing for the safety of our community. I believe public service is a noble calling that encompasses service, honor and courage.
The Livermore Police Department Value Statement is a reminder of our core purpose as law enforcement professionals “Service with Honor, Protection with Purpose.” We strive to accomplish this by providing quality customer service; maintaining accountability and the public trust; focused crime fighting efforts; engagement with citizens through community policing; and, utilizing technology and best practices.
Location: 1110 S. Livermore Ave. Livermore, CA 94550
In 1991, Livermore Fire Department was incorporated as an all volunteer privately funded fire department. In 1997, by general election, Livermore Fire Protection District was formed as a Special Fire District, funded by landowner property taxes in unincorporated Larimer County and tax deductible donations from the community. Livermore Fire Protection District serves one of the largest fire protection districts covering 310 square miles. This includes 28 miles of US Highway 287 seeing an average of 7200 vehicles pass through daily and 400 miles of county road, in addition to providing mutual aid to another 300 square miles of neighboring districts. LFPD currently has two stations: Station 1 on 311 Red Feather Lakes Road or County Road 74E and Station 2 on 8017 W. Cherokee Park or W. County Road 80C. LFPD is made of up people in the community that volunteer their time to train and become knowledgeable in one or more of the following: Wildland, Firefighting and EMT. They also maintain the fire stations, equipment, and apparatus; and are ready to respond in emergencies.
LFPD is the responding agency for 911 emergency calls including: wildland fire, structure fire, vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, smoke reports within our district We also respond to surrounding districts with mutual aid agreements. We provide 24/7 coverage for the district. Responders are issued pagers and are generally on call when in district. Logistics members provide support to LFPD from the stations. Livermore Fire Protection District is always looking for help. Consider joining a dedicated team of volunteers in your community. Find out different ways that you can help.
Shepherd’s Gate is a Christian nonprofit on a mission to free women and children from the destructive cycles of homelessness, addiction and abuse.
Shepherd’s Gate isn’t a shelter: it’s a safe haven.
Our 2 campuses, located in Livermore and Brentwood, provide long-term, comprehensive care to some of California’s most vulnerable people: women and children experiencing homelessness due to poverty, addiction, domestic violence, and other threats.
We know it takes far more than a hot meal and a bed for the night to truly break free. It takes love, it takes time, and it takes practical support.
That’s why we strive to address the root causes of homelessness with every tool we have: Education. Counseling. Case Management. Medical care. Recovery programs. Bible studies. A home-like environment. Job training. Parenting classes. Childcare. And the list goes on.
We also know many women can’t focus on recovery when they’re worried about their children — so we welcome them too, and provide the stability and security the whole family needs to thrive.
Since 1984, we’ve served over 10,000 women and children. We welcome anyone, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, age, disability, marital status or veteran status.
Tri-Valley Haven continues to be a vital community resource serving adults and children who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or homelessness.
They are a safe place, above all, for people who need to be protected before they can begin moving forward. But they are also a place that is committed to doing more than merely healing a life that’s hurting; They are committed to helping strengthen that life, and building a culture of personal empowerment for those who are most vulnerable.
They envision a world without violence. But rape, physical and mental abuse, and homelessness occur all too often – and in every community, regardless of class or color. It is likely, in fact, that in your neighborhood someone is alive because the Haven was there to help.
And so they stand strong here, a beacon in the Tri-Valley, protecting those in need, helping them to grow again, and seeking to build a more peaceful society.
One person, one family, one community at a time.
The Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association is dedicated to advance, protect and promote the quality wines, vineyards and experiences of the Livermore Valley Wine Country.
In their website you can find information about Livermore winery events, map and directions to local wineries, information on where to stay, where to eat, anything you need to plan a fun day!